BBC Parliament
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£240,000 over five years due to insolvency is. Another example is a Scottish planning firm who have lost £150,000 amid tensions over five years, a huge amount for an SME. The domain Scottish farmers have also read been hit by the 1985 pension act multi-employer pension debt issues were some of these owners of companies are already at risk of personal insolvency saw this retention issue is a distraction that is not required. In terms of is.
Techradar
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On the software front, Razer will soon begin beta testing Razer Synapse Pro , which will later launch as an exclusive for Lancehead owners. The new configuration software will save profiles directly to the mouse, as well as uploading them to Razers servers. With onboard memory, users can access a saved profile directly on the mouse without the need to use his or her personal computer, and without an Internet connection. Still, the barrier of convincing gamers that wireless technology is fast and reliable enough is one that continues to persist. When asked what it will take for the use of wireless mice by professional gamers to become commonplace, Tan was quick to answer: Hopefully there will be one brave eSports athlete that is willing to take the plunge with the Razer Lancehead. From there, they can obviously tell there is no difference between wired or wireless.
MintPress News
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Techradar - Reviews
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Gamevice is designed to turn your iPhone into a handheld console with proper controls. Rather than skidding your fingers across a glass surface, or waggling your phone around to steer a car, you get a D-pad, buttons, analogue sticks, and triggers. Set-up is simple: plug your iPhone into the Gamevices Lightning port, and shove the other end into the other half of the Gamevice. If youre using a non-Plus iPhone, a slider tightens the back of the controller to keep everything fairly snug. The end result looks a little like a PS Vita. Design The unit is light, weighing about the same as an iPhone 7, and theres no battery the Gamevice draws power from your iPhone, reportedly at about the same rate as a pair of headphones. You do, however, get a pass-through Lightning port, for when your iPhones low on juice, and a headphone port, which will send some iPhone 7/7 Plus owners into rapture.
MacRumors
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The company has recently held discussions with payments industry partners about introducing its own Venmo competitor, according to multiple sources familiar with the talks. The service would allow iPhone owners to send money digitally to other iPhone owners, these people said. The unnamed Apple payments service would include a major partnership with Visa, according to the sources, allowing users to obtain digital pre-paid cards that would run on Visa's debit network but be tied directly into Apple's peer-to-peer service, and could also be added into Apple Pay. In this way, users could get paid through so-called "Apple Cash" from a friend, and use the Visa card and Apple Pay to spend the money at a retail location or online, "without having to wait for it to clear to their bank account." The peer-to-peer platform is being looked at as a way to boost Apple Pay adoption and usage, which Apple itself has admitted to be slow over its first two years, but which the company believes to be on the path to replace cash and cards.
Western Morning News
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Households across Plymouth have received leaflets explaining the new bin collection system - but the information is wrong as they have forgotten to include May 3. The information, produced by Plymouth City Council, has been sent to home owners within the city in a bid to explain the new waste and recycling system that comes into force from Monday, May 8. From that date households will have their green and brown bins collected on alternative weeks, rather than every week as they do at the...
Ashford Herald
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A member of Coalition Against Roland Duchatelet, Heather Alderson, has sent an excellent message to would-be purchasers of Charlton Athletic.In an extraordinary video published by The Guardian about the continued protests against the owners, Alderson's heart-felt comments, along wit many from her colleagues, will surely resonate with anybody wanting to buy the beleaguered League One outfit.It's clear to anybody if you want to buy this football club, you could be picking the right fans...
MintPress News
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The Economic Times
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Plymouth Herald
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A spate of tool thefts have left tradesmen thousands of pounds out of pocket after numerous vans were targeted and broken into.Thefts have been reported across Plymouth and also in the Saltash and Dobwalls areas over the past week, with frustrated van owners taking to Facebook to spread the word and make their tools 'too hot to handle'.Read more: This is all the contraband that has been smuggled into Dartmoor prisonPeverell resident Bob Adams had over £1,000 worth of tools stolen from his...
Core77
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Here's an interesting example of a company evolving new products around a central idea: Bissell got their start in the late 1800s producing carpet sweeping devices. By the 1950s they'd branched out into carpet-cleaning contraptions, and in the 1970s, carpet deep cleaning machines. In the 2000s, vacuums targeting owners of fur-shedding pets. Now they've combined the latter two categories, adapting a carpet-cleaning machine to harmlessly wash dogs. As an owner of two dogs, I have been through the exact hell depicted in this video for the Bissell Barkbath : The Barkbath, if it works as advertised, would be worth every penny of the $150 asking price, versus paying professional groomers to do it. Isolating the mess to the inside of a tank you can pour out, and obviating the need to scrub your entire bathroom down every time you wash your dog(s), would be a huge boon.
Daily Mail - USA
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The owners are so desperate to fill the property, they have been forced to reduce their asking price from £4,500-a-month to £3,500 as no tenants came forward in Ealing, west London.
The Week
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Credits Wikimedia Alt Text Scottish Fold Cat Experts say trendy cat species, popular with celebrities Ed Sheeran and Taylor Swift, has major health problems One-Minute Read Thursday, April 27, 2017 - 2:52pm A popular breed of 'designer' cat should be banned because it's prone to a number of genetic defects that make its life a misery, says a leading veterinary organisation. The Scottish fold cat, whose celebrity following includes singer-songwriters Ed Sheeran and Taylor Swift, is notable for its overturned floppy ears. First bred in the 1960s, the breed has surged in popularity with pet owners in recent years. But Gudrun Ravetz, president of the British Veterinary Association (BVA), says the breed's "cute" appearance is the result of serious genetic abnormalities. "People are wanting to have these cats because of that, but unfortunately it is another example of us prioritising how a pet looks rather than their quality of life," she says.
BBC News 24
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pets is not going anywhere. But potential owners have been asked to think about their health before their appearance. We will have the weather in a moment
Western Daily Press
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Daily Mail - Home
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Plymouth Herald
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Leaflets explaining the new bin collection system in Plymouth have been delivered to households this week with incorrect information.The information, produced by Plymouth City Council, has been sent to home owners within the city in a bid to explain the new fortnightly rotations that will commence from Monday, May 8. From that date households will have their green and brown bins collected on alternative weeks, rather than every week as they do at the moment.More than 118,200 letters tailored to...
The Sun Daily - World News
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"You know human rights (campaigners), I am not a worker for human rights," said Duterte, who frequently uses foul language against his critics. Duterte also renewed his verbal assault on two major Filipino media outlets that have been critical of his drug war. He threatened to get Congress, which is dominated by his allies, to withhold a new franchise for ANS-CBN television network, which he accused of failing to air his paid advertisement during last year's election campaign. He also accused the owners of the Philippine Daily Inquirer of corruption, alleging they had illegally acquired government property in Manila's financial district too cheaply. — AFP
Tom's Hardware UK
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Fast Company
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Plymouth Herald
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Leaflets explaining the new bin collection system in Plymouth have been delivered to households this week with incorrect information.The information, produced by Plymouth City Council, has been sent to home owners within the city in a bid to explain the new fortnightly rotations that will commence from Monday, May 8. From that date households will have their green and brown bins collected on alternative weeks, rather than every week as they do at the moment.More than 118,200 letters tailored to...
Derby Telegraph
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The Golden Pheasant in Derby has been sold and WILL continue to run as a pub - despite rumours that it would transform into a restaurant.The Hungry Horse pub in Shelton Lock has been sold as a going concern meaning that the new owners intend to continue running it as a drinking spot.Previous owners Greene King said they were forced to sell the Chellaston Road business in order to continue to invest in their estate but said they wanted it to remain a pub.OTHER NEWS:...
Plymouth Herald
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Letters regarding the new bin collection rotations have been delivered to households this week with incorrect information.The leaflets produced by Plymouth City Council have been sent to home owners within the city to explain the new fortnightly rotations that will commence as of May 8. Indicating how households will have their green and brown bins collected on alternative weeks the colour leaflet explains the collections in full.More than 118,200 letters tailored to each specific area have been...
Money News Steet Talk
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Giving workers a raise, investing in new machinery. Small business owners have long wish lists to choose from if the Trump administration's plan to lower tax rates becomes law - but most don't expect to go on a hiring binge.Some owners and small business groups hoped the...